Tuesday, August 22, 2006

UK is not short of scientists

Professor Frink"Those who lobby for state support — be they French farmers, US steel-makers or British scientists — claim to be the backbone of the nation, the foundation of the future or something similarly fabulous. But it is a perverse argument. If what you produce is so valuable, why can you not find willing buyers at the unsubsidised market price? Let us hope that educational standards soon rise to the level where the producers of such self-serving nonsense can find no one willing to buy it." —Jamie Whyte

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